1960 Home Spa Days

#haircolor #1960s #siblings Two bored sisters created an At-Home-Spa-Day in the Summer of 1960. It wasn't in their budgets to pay hairdressers for cutting, styling, or coloring—my Aunt changed my Mom's partly gray hair into a warm Auburn color. The do-it-yourself project was successful. Their friends and family members wanted to join in on the... Continue Reading →

Tippling the Sherry

In the 1960's, my parent's circle of friends included six couples. They rotated hosting dinner parties on Saturday nights. The men wore suits and ties. The women wore party dresses and heels. It was Al and Jean's first turn with the group. "Al, you're late. I was counting on your help!" Jean rushed around their... Continue Reading →

Final #Illustration as December’s Featured Illustrator

I chose this submission for the bright colors and whimsical design. The original was a 3-foot wall panel mural for a children's room and painted in acrylic. Thank you @BethanyTelles @angliecarjaxon of #SCBWICANorthCentral @SCBWINorthCal #artofscbwica for the honor of showcasing a bit of my art. #ebwriter 🙂 I'd love to do it again!  

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